What is popular in labels at any one time often has to do with what is resonating with consumers—or what is in fashion. Materials, effects, coatings, and design all play a part in defining what is premium—and what is not—on today’s retail shelves.
PACK EXPO 2012: Cryovac® GT11 shrink-sleeve labels provide a combination of coextruded materials in a balanced structure that provides graphic appeal, and the film does not crinkle or make noise, offers a smooth, soft texture, and yields up to 20% yield improvement versus traditional monolayer films.
From ExxonMobil, this drop-in replacement for traditional shrink sleeve label material has a big advantage from a recycling standpoint, because when PET bottles are ground up in the recycling process, the label material floats while the PET flakes sink.
Whether you need to label small single-serve beverages to large propane tanks, MRI Flexible Packaging says it can offers solutions for flexible labeling, from printed stretch and shrink sleeves to roll-fed. Watch this video to see company leaders explain how they deliver the right quality, pricing, turnaround and overall cost-efficiency.